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SEVEN NOVELTY DESK SEALS  SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY  Including a silver and enamel seal, an ivory mounted seal engraved with a perpetual calendar with sectional stem revealing sharp tools, a silver seal with handle modelled as a wild-cat, a seal modelled as a deer hoof, and three further with silver or hard stone matrices. Image Christies

SEVEN NOVELTY DESK SEALS SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY Including a silver and enamel seal, an ivory mounted seal engraved with a perpetual calendar with sectional stem revealing sharp tools, a silver seal with handle modelled as a wild-cat, a seal modelled as a deer hoof, and three further with silver or hard stone matrices. Image Christies

The Biggest Plumb Bobs Collection 220 Old Brass Bronze Iron Aluminium Copper | eBay

The biggest plumb bobs collection 240 old brass bronze iron aluminium copper

The Biggest Plumb Bobs Collection 220 Old Brass Bronze Iron Aluminium Copper | eBay

Antique seal with ivory handle in Buddha's hand motif

Antique seal with ivory handle in Buddha's hand motif : Lot 285

Georgian & Victorian period vitrine glass block seals {personal collection}

Georgian & Victorian period vitrine glass block seals {personal collection}

Collection of seven gold and gem set pencils and a fob chain Comprising: seven mechanical pencils variously decorated with ornamentation such as enamel, seed pearls, calibré-cut rubies, guilloché enamel, a wax seal with monogram IG, engraved gold and rose diamonds, and a fob chain, unillustrated, four pencils signed S. Mordan & Co., one signed Hamilton & Co.

Collection of seven gold and gem set pencils and a fob chain Comprising: seven…

Gold fob seal set with an oval cornelian. The cornelian is engraved with a depiction of a tree and a serpent. The seal is thought to have belonged to Commander Thomas Wells (circa 1775-1825).

Early century Gold fob seal at the National Maritime Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The cornelian is engraved with a depiction of a tree and a serpent. The seal is thought to have belonged to Commander Thomas Wells (circa

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